|Written by||Joyce Hakansson Associates in conjunction with Christopher Cerf|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster / Henson Associates|
|Series||The Muppet Institute of Technology|
Kermit's Electronic StoryMaker is a video game/book set that was made for the Commodore 64 and Apple II in 1984. In the game, the player puts together a story using the words in the book. The player's choices then come to life as an animated story. Simon & Schuster also published a companion game under the Muppet Institute of Technology banner, The Great Gonzo in WordRider.
A New York Times article described the game: "The Muppets of the television show -- Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, the whole gang -- act out sentences that the child at the computer console constructs, using the program's vocabulary. No matter how ridiculous, if it's grammatically correct, they'll oblige."
The game's music featured a rendition of the Muppet Show's theme song.
- Walters, Ray. "Floppy Disks for a Merry Christmas", The New York Times. December 16, 1984.